With the recap of our Summer Bucket List complete, I can focus on all the things we want to add to our Fall Bucket List. Some are a repeat from last fall and others I’ve added just for this year. I’d love to hear what’s on your list and I may just add it to mine 🙂
//Trip to the pumpkin patch//
It’s just not fall without this family tradition.
//Make a homemade apple pie, crust and all//
I’ve got the perfect recipe pinned, now to actually make it.
//Go to the Homecoming Parade//
A fun way to cheer on our Tigers.
//Crush Fest at the winery//
We had a blast stomping grapes at this last year and can’t wait to do it again in a few weeks.
//Make a cheesecake from scratch//
I don’t know why making one scares me, but it’s time to conquer that fear. Because cheesecake is delicious.
//Decorate our house with some new fall DIY’s//
My Pinterest board is exploding with tons of ideas and I want to do them all.
//Visit as many festivals as possible//
Cool weather, fall outfits, and festival food equals perfection.
//Trick or Treat//
The kids already know what they want to be. I wonder how many times it will change between now and Halloween:)
Last year I was pretty proud of my Paw Patrol pumpkin. This year I’m thinking superhero theme.
//Find our way through a corn maze//
I’m not super fond of corn mazes but the kids love them.
//Take family photos//
Because it’s been far too long and we need a really good Christmas card photo this year.
//Overnight trip just J and I//
For J’s birthday I got him tickets to see Jerry Seinfeld live. It’s in St. Louis so I plan to make a night of it since it’s been forever since we’ve gotten away just the two of us.
//Finally master how to tie a blanket scarf//
How have I not learned this yet?
//Go on a fall scavenger hunt with the boys//
Different colored leaves, sticks, and anything else nature might have in store.
//Watch Hocus Pocus//
Best Halloween movie ever.
//Finish purging the rest of our house//
Slowly but surely I’m making my way through the house. I want everything we don’t use or love gone before the holidays.
//Create a thankful wreath//
We have so so much to be thankful for and I want to make sure we’re really taking the time to reflect on that.